The New Zealand Competition Authority releases draft report on competition in the retail grocery sector, finding that competition is not working well, and proposing a number of policy options for improvement

Commission releases draft report on competition in the retail grocery sector* The Commerce Commission’s draft report into competition in the retail grocery sector has found that competition is not working well for consumers. “If competition was more effective, retailers would face stronger pressures to deliver the right prices, quality and range to satisfy a diverse range of consumer preferences,” said Commission Chair Anna Rawlings. In November 2020, the Government asked the Commission to look at whether competition in the $22 billion a year grocery industry was working well and, if not, what could be done to improve it. The Commission’s draft findings are preliminary and subject to consultation prior to its final report being published in late November. “Our preliminary view is

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New Zealand Competition Authority, The New Zealand Competition Authority releases draft report on competition in the retail grocery sector, finding that competition is not working well, and proposing a number of policy options for improvement, 29 July 2021, e-Competitions July 2021, Art. N° 103593

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